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New Haven, CT Soldiers Buried in St. Bernard Cemetery to 1880


The following are buried in St. Bernard's:

Col. Thomas W. Cahill,
Capt. James Hennessy,
Capt. Downey,
Sergeant Thomas Starkey,
Ensign Daniel W. Hudson,
Capt. John Healey,
Thomas Cannon,
Thomas Barry,
James Rooney,
Mullaney McPartland,
James Monehan,
Roger Kelleher,
Thomas Shaw,
James Keegan,
Thomas Allen,
Michael McDonough,
John Smith,
James McDermott,
John Mullen,
David Russell,
Lawrence McCarthy,
James Langdon,
John W. Bohsn,
John Allard,
Patrick McNamara,
Thomas Leonard,
Lieut. Henry McKenna,
Frank Carberry,
John Sheffrey,
Samuel McLaughlin,
Michael Faunhnan,
Thomas Sexton,
James Kehoe,
John Quinn,
John Bohan,
James Early,
John McDonough,
James Lawlor,
Charles Carberry and eight unknown who died in state hospital after the war closed;
William McGarry,
James Mullen,
Walter Maloney,
William Eaton,
John McCabe,
Thomas Maloy,
John Glynn, Edward O'Brien,
_____ McNamee,
Richard Bosman,
Michael Finnegan,
Bernard Foster,
John O. B. Maddigan,
Patrick Fox,
Patrick Kelley,
Thomas Devlin,
John Breen,
Michael Gray,
Thomas Clabby,
Thomas Kennedy,
John Mullen,
Thomas Mullen,
William Hurley, Co. D. 20th;
Douglas Sperkin, 125th N. Y.;
John Gaffney, 7th;
Patrick Healy, 15ht;
Conrad Co. C. 9th, Lieut. John Shaw.

New Haven Register, New Haven, CT 31 May 1880

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